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Decluttering and reorganizing your home can be overwhelming. That\u2019s why three local organizers say it\u2019s essential to make a plan for not only getting organized this spring but also staying tidy year-round.

Create a Vision

To begin the organization process in your home, Janine Adams, a certified professional organizer and owner of Peace of Mind Organizing in St. Louis, recommends creating an ultimate vision for your space. \u201cUnderstand why it is you want to get organized,\u201d she notes. \u201cWhen you understand the benefits of decluttering and organizing and have a vision for your space, it can help you let go of items that don\u2019t match your vision.\u201d

The easiest way to have an organized home is to own no more than your house can comfortably store, Adams says. \u201cWhen you have excess [items], it becomes hard to maintain order,\u201d she notes. Jerry Cox, a designer and manager of the fine woods division at NewSpace in St. Louis, agrees there must be \u201ca place for everything, and everything in its place.\u201d

Declutter

Next, local organizers advise homeowners to declutter. People should let go of anything that isn\u2019t enhancing their lives and donate those items to charity, Adams says; this clears the way for homeowners to find a place for the items they decide to keep. \u201cDeclutter a small space to start, like a single drawer,\u201d she continues. \u201cYou can then build on your success, but you don\u2019t run the risk of taking out more than you can put away in the time allotted. Decluttering gets messier before it gets neater, and stopping midstream can be a problem.\u201d

Sue Anderson, a certified professional organizer and chief executive officer of Simplified Living Solutions in St. Louis, agrees that the biggest obstacle to organizing is clutter. In her book The Truth About Clutter: Why Am I Holding on to This?, Anderson addresses why people hold on to unnecessary clutter, leaving them feeling overwhelmed and paralyzed, and what they can do to take action and tackle their unwanted and unnecessary items. \u201cOnly keep the things you need, use and love,\u201d she says. \u201cBe diligent about getting unnecessary stuff out, and be clear on what each space in your home or office is to be used for \u2013 a playroom for the children, a family hangout area with zones for reading, playing computer games and watching TV. This will help you understand which things \u2018live\u2019 in that space and which things shouldn\u2019t be there.\u201d

For every space, from the kitchen pantry to the bedroom closet, garage and basement, Anderson recommends sorting like items into suitably sized containers or shelves and labeling them to remind everyone where things belong. \u201cSeeing the labels when you\u2019re quickly shoving something into a space where it doesn\u2019t belong helps you take the extra time to put it where it really goes,\u201d she says. Become even neater by color-coding hangers and laundry baskets for each family member, stopping junk mail at optoutprescreen.com and dmachoice.org, assigning a designated temporary holding spot for unneeded items that will be donated, and using adequately sized trash cans in each room so that excess items don\u2019t pile up, Anderson advises.

And if you need helping hands and financial and time commitments to stay on task, local organizers recommend hiring a professional organizer, closet designer and junk hauler to keep you focused.

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Maintain Organization

The key to keeping a home organized once you have assigned a place to everything is to create daily habits for putting away each item, Adams explains. \u201cFor example, if you create the habit of running the dishwasher every night before bed and emptying it in the morning, it\u2019s easier to keep your counters and sink clear of dirty dishes,\u201d she says. \u201cIf you create a habit of clearing off surfaces that tend to attract clutter, like kitchen counters or dining-room tables, every day, then you can enjoy the clear surfaces and find what you need. It only takes a few minutes to put away just one day\u2019s worth of accumulation.\u201d Adams says creating a division of labor for daily tasks can be helpful, too: \u201cAssigning age-appropriate jobs for the kids instills good habits in them. Daily habits are the easiest habits to create, but family members will still require reminders at the beginning, so [a] chore chart can be helpful.\u201d

Make sure everyone in the home is aware of where you decided things should live and why so they can help you maintain organization, Anderson adds. \u201cWhen you assign a home for something, make sure there\u2019s always room to grow, meaning more space for more of the same to be added,\u201d Anderson says. \u201cConversely, assign a certain amount of space for each category \u2013 if your closet is already full of shoes, you can\u2019t have more shoes until you let go of an old pair.\u201d

Being organized is about discipline, Cox notes. \u201cMake lists, make appointments with yourself to organize something and do a little every week,\u201d she says. \u201cPut it in your calendar, and if someone asks you to do something, say, \u2018I have an appointment at that time.\u2019 Lists give a sense of accomplishment \u2013 if you put the lists on your calendar, it\u2019s very satisfying to look back and see the items checked off.\u201d To maintain an organized home year-round, each family member must buy into the concept, Cox says, adding, \u201cGive them a say \u2013 they have to own it and be proud of the result.\u201d

NewSpace, 314-423-3200, newspace.com

Peace of Mind Organizing, 314-707-3022, peaceofmindorganizing.com

Simplified Living Solutions, 314-221-5232, simplifiedlivingsolutions.com

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Growing Solomon\u2019s Seal

With nearly 75 species, plus a gazillion selections and cultivars, Polygonatum forms a large genus of woodland perennials that plays nicely with others in shady St. Louis gardens.

Called \u201cSolomon\u2019s seal\u201d for the crescent-shaped markings on its roots, it has long been cultivated for both aesthetic and medicinal uses. Favoring rich, organic soils and dappled light, Solomon\u2019s seal nicely anchors a spring sequence including daffodils and hostas. Other great companion plants include mayapples, epimediums, trilliums, foam flowers, hellebores, bellworts and the red-fruited false Solomon\u2019s seals.

The native Solomon\u2019s seal (Polygonatum biflorum var. commutatum) \u2013 now on display at the Missouri Botanical Garden \u2013 is a knee-high perennial for shady gardens. Widely available already, it also will be available at the Shaw Wildflower Market in mid-May.

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\"Fireworks\"

Green-Leaved Choices

In the wild years ago, horticulturist Barry Yinger collected a green clone of Solomon\u2019s seal, subsequently named Bigfoot. Bigfoot forms large clumps that can rise more than 3 feet tall.

Native to Europe and Asia, fragrant Solomon\u2019s seal (P. odoratum) \u2013 also on display at the Missouri Botanical Garden \u2013 grows taller than the native plant, while the Japanese form Crug (P. cryptanthum) hides its tiny flowers under deeply dipping arches that curl 2-foot stems into a 1-foot mound.

Another darling Japanese gem of a plant, P. humile, the dwarf Solomon\u2019s seal, grows only about 6 inches high, but the size of its flowers nearly equals that of the larger species. Also, it has been crossed with our native species to produce the well-mannered and handsome midsize clone Prince Charming.

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\"Angel Wing\"

Variegated Varieties

Creamy yellow leaf edges mark the striped fragrant Variegatum, a Solomon\u2019s seal native also known as P.o.var. pluriflorum. This graceful, arching woodland perennial makes fabulous groundcover in large, wooded areas and lasting floral filler in flower arrangements. A perfect pass-around plant, it\u2019s a low-maintenance beauty. Not as happy in the thinner clay soils, Variegatums benefit from aged horse manure and compost dressing.

Other noteworthy bicolor P. odoratum selections include Angel Wing, with large white bands lengthwise on the leaves; Double Stuff, with 18-inch red stems with white-bordered leaves; and Goldilocks, a Plant Delights selection with softer markings all the way across the wide, oval leaf blades that, from a distance, give the impression of silvery-yellow foliage.

Byakko White Tiger, a classic Japanese clone, has unusual coloring, with leaves that are white at the base and green on the tips; it has long been used as a cut flower in Asia. Fireworks, meanwhile, is a modern Japanese selection with lighter brushstrokes of color washing the entire leaf blade.

Two other Asian selections in the striking foliage group bear note: P. falcatum Tiger Stripes, with strongly marked narrow leaves, and the angular Kon Chiri Shima, only a foot tall, with heavy bands of chartreuse across a dark green blade.

Finally, the tiny variegated P. humile Shiro Shima, a darling dwarf from Japan, forms a slow-growing mat perfect for rock gardens.

Native Solomon\u2019s seals may be seen in the Whitmire Wildflower Garden at the Shaw Nature Reserve.

Shaw Wildflower Market

Saturday, May 13
9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

May 12 preview \u2013 members only 4 to 7:30 p.m.

Admission $5, free for Missouri Botanical Garden members

Shaw Nature Reserve

Hwy. 100 & I-44

P.O. Box 38

Gray Summit, MO 63039

636-451-3512

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The moment you arrive at this beautiful manse, its magnificence is sure to impress. From the fa\u00e7ade\u2019s combination of cool stone and warm brick, creating a striking contrast, to the picturesque in-ground Baker pool, with fountains and waterfall feature, you\u2019ll be swept up in the beauty of this residence. Wander in to uncover open spaces and soaring ceilings, inviting natural light to illuminate the elegant surroundings. Enjoy company in the grand room, with its dramatic arched window wall. Fix a feast inside the wonderful kitchen, complete with a center island, stainless steel appliances and granite counters; then, serve inside the dining room, which showcases masterful molding. Retire to the lovely master suite, featuring a sitting room and desirable bath. The next morning, take a cup of joe to the amazing screened porch, boasting a ceiling fan and built-in TV, speakers and heaters. The view will impress as much as does the gorgeous home.

This 5-bedroom, 4 full-bathroom and 2 half-bathroom home in Chesterfield is listed for $1.695 million.

Margie Medelberg & Karen Davis Tucker, The Medelberg Team, 17050 Baxter Road, Suite 200, 314-265-3888 (Medelberg \u2013 direct), 636-530-4004 (Medelberg \u2013 office), 314-610-5103 (Tucker \u2013 direct), 636-530-4016 (Tucker \u2013 office), mmedelberg@bhhsall.com, ktucker@bhhsall.com, themedelbergteam.com

For more than 35 years, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Alliance Real Estate (formerly Prudential Alliance, Realtors) has served the greater St. Louis metropolitan area. The company operates seven branch locations with more than 400 agents in four major counties, making it one of the largest residential real estate brokerages in the area. Berkshire Hathaway offers one-stop shopping services, including corporate relocation, new-homes marketing, commercial sales and mortgage, title and warranty products.

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Sara Ockleston, front, and Rona Baker

The idea that our olfactory receptors \u2013 the neurons responsible for our sense of smell \u2013 are inextricably linked with our memories in such a way that our other senses cannot compete is well documented in psychological and health studies. Keith Lester and Deanna McClintock Lester, the husband-and-wife team who recently opened The Candle Fusion Studio, a hands-on candle-making studio in the Central West End, see this phenomenon firsthand as guests come in to sniff out more than 100 different candles in the studio\u2019s scent library.

\u201cSmell is so personal and emotive,\u201d Deanna says. \u201cIt brings up such memories for our guests \u2013 they smell pipe tobacco or a certain flower and say, \u2018This smells like my grandfather,\u2019 or, \u2018This smells like my mom\u2019s house,\u2019 or another childhood memory. That\u2019s such a fun thing.\u201d

Opened in December 2016 in the space that housed St. Louis\u2019 original Bissinger\u2019s Handcrafted Chocolatier shop for more than 80 years, The Candle Fusion Studio gives customers the opportunity to hand-mix one \u2013 or several \u2013 different scent oils and take home a custom-scented candle or other creation, such as room spray, bath salts, reed diffusers and more. Many of the original elements from Bissinger\u2019s are still apparent in the studio today: the original hardwood floors and tin ceiling, the window display structure, the functional transom windows and the original dumbwaiter.

\u201cMy husband and I come from different backgrounds \u2013 he was in manufacturing and business operations, and I had worked in journalism, sales and marketing, special events and fundraising \u2013 and we thought, \u2018How can we best use our skills together?\u2019\u201d Deanna says. \u201cWith our backgrounds and our passion for hospitality, we thought [it] would be fun to create something like this. People love the hands-on experience: They want to do something different, enjoy one another and create a premium product.\u201d

A visit to the studio begins with browsing two walls of custom cedar shelves filled with more than 100 different varieties of premade scented candles that range from the usual \u2013 vanilla bean, coffee bean, lavender, orange zest \u2013 to the novel, such as absinthe, campfire, and mug and brush (reminiscent of a straight-razor shave). \u201cSmell away,\u201d Deanna enthusiastically encourages her guests, providing guidance or suggestions only when asked or if she suspects a guest might be overwhelmed. For the time-crunched or less creatively inclined, the shop sells single-fragrance premade candles for $16.

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Guests are invited to write down their favorite scents on a provided clipboard and then walk around the corner to select their vessel. Prices range from $9 to $32 for candles or from $12 to $26 for other flame-free products such as scented wax melts, diffusers, sprays and bath salts. A long, industrial-chic countertop is set with an impeccably neat line of double-ended shot glasses and spoons on square black plates, which become your own personal scent-lab space.

Glass shelves behind the counter contain a carefully cataloged army of high-end scent oils made from a blend of premium fragrance oil and essential oils. \u201cWe do have some natural, proprietary ingredients within the oil, which gives us a nice, clean burn,\u201d Keith explains.

The Candle Fusion Studio\u2019s staff then brings guests various oil bottles from their favorite scents, allowing them to swirl the bottles under their noses together to get an idea of what the different scents may smell like in a candle. Once a scent blend is selected, guests fill an individual container with their oils, pour it into the hot wax from the prepared candle and give it a careful stir. The staff takes over from there, spending an hour to an hour and a half curing, glazing and finishing the candle for guests to take home. The curing process is what makes the studio\u2019s location \u2013 on a bustling stretch of McPherson Avenue, just east of Euclid Avenue \u2013 so ideal. While waiting for their candle to cure, guests can walk around the Central West End to dine, drink or shop.

Keith and Deanna are not only proponents of the creative aspect of candle-making but also passionate about candle education. \u201cWe\u2019re trying to stay environmentally aware, bringing the highest-quality product to our customers,\u201d Keith says. Before opening their shop, the couple sought out technical training from candle industry experts to find out how to make the best premium product for customers.

As a result, the studio uses only natural, dye-free, soy-based wax, high-end premium fragrance oil and cotton-paper wicks, which all add up to a cleaner, longer burn. (A tiny 2-ounce candle has a 20-hour burn time, and the best-selling 8-ounce candle has a 60-hour burn time.) \u201cIt burns cleaner \u2013 less smoke, less soot,\u201d Deanna says. \u201cWhen you burn a candle and you get that black rim \u2013 you\u2019ll get very little of that with our candles.\u201d She also reminds customers to keep their wicks trimmed to a quarter of an inch and make sure the wick stays in the center of the candle.

In addition to individual customers, the studio works with couples or businesses to create a signature, private-label scent for gifts, wedding favors, gala giveaways and more. The studio has an available event space for corporate team-building events or private parties, and it also partners with nonprofits for events that donate a portion of sales back to the organization.

About 10 to 15 limited-time seasonal scents change throughout the year, with springtime scents just recently hitting shelves \u2013 including rain, mango, grapefruit, summer lawn and strawberry jam. While no two scent blends are alike, the couple has found that several distinct blends appeal to a wide variety of customers: Campfire, chocolate and whipped cream combine to make a s\u2019mores candle; sparkling wine and orange zest create a mimosa-inspired scent; and French toast, baked bread, cinnamon and maple syrup combine to set the mood for breakfast by candlelight.

\u201cThere was a girl, about 5 or 6 years old making a candle for her kindergarten teacher around Christmastime,\u201d Keith says. \u201cShe was running the place. She made four of the most beautiful candles you could imagine. It\u2019s heartwarming and goes back to part of our mission: You\u2019re creating a memorable joy.\u201d

The Candle Fusion Studio, 4742 McPherson Ave., Central West End, 314-250-2272, thecandlefusionstudio.com

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Deanna McClintock Lester and Keith Lester

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The foyer is a person\u2019s first impression when entering a home. It\u2019s a space that\u2019s often overlooked in interior design work, but not for Jessie Miller of Jessie D. Miller Interior Design. Miller was brought on for this project when her client had married and his wife had moved in. As a Christmas gift, he hired Miller to work with his wife on many rooms in the Clayton house \u2013 the foyer included. Miller, after learning that the wife loved a clean, modern, monochromatic look, had a vision for a large-scale mural in the entryway.

\u201cI felt it was important to make an impactful focal point as soon as you enter the home,\u201d she says. \u201cI just had this vision for a modern mural, so I worked with a company out of Chicago to get the graphic. It\u2019s such a large area, so I wanted something with movement that didn\u2019t have a lot of repeat to it. It was a heck of an install \u2013 very labor-intensive.\u201d

Miller says although the husband has more traditional tastes in design and the wife has more modern tastes, they found common ground over their love of marble.\u00a0

Jessie D. Miller Interior Design, 314-494-1398, thedesigndaredevil.com

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Rambling up the circular drive, this brick estate welcomes you in through a sunny entryway, complete with hardwood floors and a curved staircase. Uncompromising quality shines throughout the 5,500-square-foot residence, from the elegant first-floor master suite, complete with an updated bath and dressing room, to the spacious bonus room. Family time is easily spent inside the family room, boasting a fireplace, a wet bar and patio access. The updated chef\u2019s kitchen, with its clean design and butler\u2019s pantry, will have you motivated to test out your culinary skills. Gorge on your latest creation inside the breakfast room or attached screened porch, with its vaulted design and breathtaking view of the lovely gardens and patio. With bonus amenities, such as the 3-car rear-entry garage or unfinished lower level, you\u2019ll appreciate this home\u2019s spectacular spread from top to bottom.

This 5-bedroom, 4 full-bathroom and 2 half-bathroom home in Ladue is listed for $1.585 million.

Joan Schnoebelen\u00a0&\u00a0Megan Rowe, 314-406-0005 (Schnoebelen),\u00a0314-378-4077 (Rowe),\u00a0314-569-1177 (office), lauramccarthy.com

Laura McCarthy is a residential real estate company with expertise in the neighborhoods along St. Louis\u2019 central corridor. Founded in 1944, Laura McCarthy consistently is ranked among St. Louis\u2019 top real estate companies in sales volume. Many of its 100-plus agents specialize in the luxury real estate market, but all are familiar with St. Louis\u2019 neighborhoods from the Central West End to those on the Highway 40-64 corridor to Chesterfield and the St. Charles area.

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St. Charles native Rande Hackmann grew up on construction sites. Following in the footsteps of his father, a residential general contractor, Hackmann worked as a laborer, painter, carpenter and, later, superintendent, project manager and general contractor on new homes, condo conversions, high-rise offices, and retail and commercial spaces across the U.S.

With a wealth of construction industry experience in tow, Hackmann was ready to venture out on his own by 2005. He launched a custom furniture company, Architectural Elements, and took the side business full time in 2012. \u201cI wanted to build the interesting pieces you see in restaurants, retail stores and homes that you wonder not only who built it, but [also] how did [he or she] pull it off,\u201d he says.

Today, Architectural Elements focuses on residential work, while its commercial projects also are steadily growing. Hackmann designs, builds and installs refined-industrial-style custom furniture, shelving and artwork for homeowners. However, he recently became interested in shifting his design style. \u201cI\u2019m looking for new challenges, materials and processes,\u201d he notes. \u201cIn the coming months, you will see a shift in my work to more clean lines and new materials. I\u2019m looking to combine raw nature with the best of high-tech materials in new ways.\u201d Hackmann\u2019s recently released wood and epoxy serving boards have marked the start of his new design journey into more sleek designs and modern finishes.

As Hackmann strives to create unique pieces with character, he says every design-and-build process is different. \u201cSometimes it\u2019s a long, almost arduous journey to the correct design,\u201d he says. \u201cOther times it just clicks, and fabrication can start immediately.\u201d Hackmann believes his construction industry experience, which exposed him to a wide array of materials and processes, gives him a leg up on the competition. \u201cI can offer my clients ideas others can\u2019t because they stay in a narrow niche, where I prefer to explore as much as I can,\u201d he says. Hackmann typically creates pieces in about four to six weeks, mainly working with locally sourced metal and wood, including steel from Shapiro Metal Supply and oak and walnut from Goebel & Co. Furniture or David Stine Woodworking.

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1 Floral ceiling fabrication by Architectural Elements and design by Jessie D. Miller - Photo by Megan Theile.jpg

The majority of Hackmann\u2019s projects come from St. Louis-area design firms; however, social media has sparked an increase in direct client contact. Hackmann works with Jessie D. Miller Interior Design, Jacob Laws Interior Design, Next Project Studio, Cure Design Group and Nistenhaus Design, among others, on residential projects.

Homeowners often have a concept in mind, rather than a fully formed vision of the custom piece they want, Hackmann explains. \u201cThey need a certain piece \u2013 a table, bench, shelf, etc.; however, the details of it are nebulous or unknown,\u201d he says. \u201cI meet with them in the space to get a feel for their style, what they like and don\u2019t, and how they use the space. This information drives the design \u2013 is it functional or purely form? What materials, finishes and hardware fit the theme?\u201d From there, Hackmann sketches and, if needed, creates a 3-D model of the piece. \u201cWe refine it together until it\u2019s the right piece,\u201d he says. \u201cThe best feeling [is] seeing [the client\u2019s] reaction to a piece I made for them.\u201d

Architectural Elements\u2019 most-lauded large-scale project has been an all-black bedroom, designed by Jessie D. Miller Interior Design with Hackmann serving as general contractor, overseeing painting and electrical work and performing the installation of a marble fireplace, crown moldings and accessories, as well as bookcases he fabricated. \u201cIt received international press coverage and really caught people off guard with how great an all-black room could look,\u201d Hackmann says. Among his company\u2019s custom commercial projects are furniture and accessories for local businesses such as the MoModerne midcentury-modern design shop in Webster Groves, the Design & Detail trade showroom and marketplace in Maplewood and an eat-in bar and tabletops at Soulard Gyro. And recent residential projects have included a 10-foot-square industrial room divider and shelving, plus a matching fireplace with a stone hearth in a Tower Grove home; a massive 11-foot-long steel-and-glass dining table for a Central West End home; and a dining table and benches built from reclaimed wood.

Each of Hackmann\u2019s pieces has a story behind it that he strives to capture. In the case of the reclaimed-wood dining table, a St. Louis client wanted a piece built from a barn that had been torn down on the Iowa family farm where she grew up. \u201cShe had this huge beam from the barn with a big gnarly knot in it, and we decided that needed to be showcased,\u201d Hackmann says. \u201cI designed a modified trestle table with steel legs that supported the 9-foot top and a beam below it \u2026 made to look like it was floating between the legs \u2026 as well as two benches for the table.\u201d The client was so happy with the result, she wrote an article about it that was published in her hometown newspaper, Hackmann says, adding, \u201cThat was an unbelievably fulfilling project.\u201d

In the coming years, Hackmann plans to work on a line of limited-run pieces that will showcase a compelling combination of high-end and high-tech materials. But no matter how his business branches out, its goal will remain the same with every project: delivering a piece that pushes the limits, stands the test of time and, most important, is as one-of-a-kind as the client.

Architectural Elements, 314-252-2437, architecturalelements.co

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Although nothing beats digging into a big remodeling design project, sometimes the simplest changes can breathe new life into your home \u2013 so consider these five commonly overlooked problem areas that can keep your abode from looking its best.

1.\u2002Inadequate lighting. Sufficient lighting boosts humans\u2019 melatonin production, which can help relieve fatigue and improve your mood. Studies have shown that improper lighting can cause health-related issues such as fatigue, stress and headaches. Avoid straining your eyes while reading by adding an accordion-style wall-mounted light as an alternative to more common table and floor lamps. Also, solar tubes and skylights make a great way to use natural daylight.

Pro tip: Consider adding LED (light-emitting diode) recessed cans on a dimmer switch to rooms you like to feel productive in.

2.\u2002Unattractive metal hardware. It\u2019s all about the details! Say goodbye to dingy door hinges and knobs and hello to new, fresh metal in attractive looks like stainless steel, oil-rubbed bronze or matte black. Also, take this opportunity to introduce unexpected style details like Craftsman or Colonial shaped hardware.

Pro tip: In the kitchen, stick with a single style of hardware, but change sizes depending on the size of a given cabinet door or drawer.

3.\u2002Nonmatching woodwork. Special moldings in the spaces where we live help convey warmth and beauty. Adding crown molding, wainscot paneling and taller baseboards makes a great start to dress up your spaces. In that light, keeping baseboards and casings consistent throughout your home creates a cohesive look that\u2019s a great finishing touch.

Pro tip: Changing out entryway trims from square to arched gives rooms a subtle feminine grace.

4.\u2002D\u00e9cor lacking style. Over time, your tastes and lifestyle change, so ask yourself, \u201cDo I still love this?\u201d It\u2019s OK to let go of items that you once loved but that no longer reflect your style. You don\u2019t need to fill your home with stuff to fill holes \u2013 that\u2019s how clutter blossoms.

Pro tip: Let what you once loved make someone else happy. Donate old d\u00e9cor to worthy organizations, or give it to friends who have always admired it.

\"Laura

Laura Powderly

5.\u2002Bulky items. In homes, I often see furniture that\u2019s out-of-scale in a given space. If one furnishing unnecessarily \u201cpulls focus,\u201d let it go. Create some breathing room around furnishings so the space feels more comfortable. If you\u2019re struggling to walk around a furniture piece to get to the other side of a room, you might have an oversize item that\u2019s too awkward to keep.

Pro tip: Leaving corners of a room empty makes it feel bigger and calmer \u2013 an easy way to achieve Zen space.

Laura Powderly is a designer with St. Louis remodeling and design firm Mosby Building Arts. She is a certified Associate Kitchen and Bath Designer with the National Kitchen & Bath Association and is known for her engaging touch with home d\u00e9cor and flower arranging.

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Residing in the heart of Frontenac at the end of a private cul-de-sac, this picturesque custom home reigns supreme on more than an acre of beautiful landscaped grounds. Designed by the award-winning architect, Jeffrey Day, this 1.5-story, custom abode boasts Brazilian cherry wood floors and masterful attention to detail. Each morning begins inside the heavenly master suite, featuring a see-through fireplace, 2 walk-in dressing rooms, with an adjoining laundry room, and French doors leading to a gazebo. Luxuriate in the master bath, boasting a walk-in shower, air-jetted tub, and his-and-her vanities. Chill with the family in the gorgeous great room, with built-ins and a rare accordion-style door, which opens to the covered lanai. Entertain in the expansive lower level, which stuns with a state-of-the-art media room, custom wet bar, golf simulator room and more. Fall in love with each and every space, including the chef\u2019s kitchen, with top-0f-the-line appliances, and exquisite dining room.

This 5-bedroom, 7 full-bathroom and 2 half-bathroom home in Frontenac is listed for $2.699 million.

Mark Gellman & Neil Gellman, The Gellman Team, 2203 S. Big Bend Blvd., 314-336-1991, 9terracegardens.com

Locally owned, Coldwell Banker Premier Group was formed in 1972 and has been the No. 1 Coldwell Banker affiliate in Missouri for the past three years. According to founder Mark Cofman, \u201cThe success of our company has been directly related to the success of our clients.\u201d Coldwell Banker Premier Group has three offices: Midcounty, South County and Washington, Missouri.

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The columned fa\u00e7ade of this stately brick residence greets you, inviting you in to explore its magnificent 5,000 square foot spread. Fine craftsmanship and quality materials have transformed this home into a masterfully renovated open floor plan, with a 2-story addition. Follow the deep, rich hardwood flooring through to the dreamy kitchen, showcasing endless marble countertops and backsplash, gorgeous cabinetry, and stylish metallic light fixtures and hardware. You\u2019re sure to make great use of the commercial-grade appliances and center island, with breakfast bar, as well as the attached breakfast area and lounge. An open gallery lined with windows guides you through to the enormous vaulted great room, where you can unwind with loved ones. The outdoor brick patio also proves a draw for friends and family alike. Additional amenities include a beautiful master suite, with a fireplace, luxury bath and spacious walk-in closet. From the moment you enter, you\u2019ll be ready to settle in.

This 4-bedroom, 4 full-bathroom and 1 half-bathroom home in Ladue is listed for $1.45 million.

Maria Elias, 314-941-4346 (direct), 314-993-8000 (office), cbgundaker.com

For more than 35 years, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Alliance Real Estate (formerly Prudential Alliance, Realtors) has served the greater St. Louis metropolitan area. The company operates seven branch locations with more than 400 agents in four major counties, making it one of the largest residential real estate brokerages in the area. Berkshire Hathaway offers one-stop shopping services, including corporate relocation, new-homes marketing, commercial sales, and mortgage, title and warranty products.

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While food trucks and mobile fashion boutiques have been sweeping the nation over the past decade, home d\u00e9cor is one ever-growing retail market that has been, until recent years, widely untapped by the \u201cshop on wheels\u201d phenomenon. That\u2019s what sparked the idea for Jennifer Saputo-Peterson last year.

\u201cI was really inspired by the fashion trucks in St. Louis \u2013 it was something I had seen on the coasts, and heard about, but I had never seen one for myself,\u201d says Saputo-Peterson, who is founder of the Indigo Home mobile home d\u00e9cor boutique. A St. Charles native who had spent the better part of her early adulthood living and working in New York City as a singer and actress, she loved the urban-rich experience of truck shops. But as someone who is not much of a clotheshorse, Saputo-Peterson wanted to create her own spinoff of the idea, perhaps a little less fashion-centric. She brought the idea of a home-d\u00e9cor truck to her husband, Michael Peterson, who immediately recognized its potential. After researching, they were delighted to discover they were among the first in the Midwest to hop on this train \u2013 and got to work.

Plugging into their entrepreneurial pursuit on days off from their full-time gigs as a corporate wellness coach and telecommunication sales manager (Saputo-Peterson and Peterson, respectively), the pair didn\u2019t have to go far to check the first big item off their to-do list, procuring a truck in Chesterfield from a Craigslist ad \u2013 a former Jays potato chips truck that had found a second life as a food distribution truck. The truck, by the couple\u2019s admission, was a mess. Enlisting the help of both sets of parents and Saputo-Peterson\u2019s brother, the team was able to give it a full facelift in a matter of weeks. \u201cWe hauled,\u201d Saputo-Peterson says, \u201c[and we] spent all of our free time on the truck.\u201d

Indigo Home, which officially opened for business last June, was finished with insulated fiberboard walls, laminate wood flooring, crown molding, baseboards and inviting French doors on the rear. \u201cWe wanted to add elements to it so it looked like you were stepping into your living room,\u201d Saputo-Peterson describes. Using their winter off-season to add built-in bookcases and thoughtful lighting throughout the truck, they saw their efforts result in a calm, welcoming space for the shopper, with tons of functional storage and display space for the couple. The name Indigo Home was inspired by Saputo-Peterson\u2019s grandmother, a talented oil painter whose favorite color was indigo.

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Curating the collection to carry in the truck takes a lot of strategy and planning on Saputo-Peterson\u2019s part. Items sold are \u201can eclectic mix of classic and modern,\u201d she describes. With such limited space, she really has room only for statement pieces, \u201cthe little things that make your house a home,\u201d according to Saputo-Peterson. \u201cNobody\u2019s going to remember what your couch looked like, but they\u2019re going to remember those great throw pillows or the cozy throw they curled up with at the end of the night.\u201d The Indigo Home collection is a combination of buyers\u2019 markets and Etsy research, with a definite nod to local artisans. \u201cAnytime we come across someone local we think is awesome, we\u2019re going to carry them, because why not support local?\u201d Saputo-Peterson says.

The couple aims to keep their collection eclectic, interesting and affordable. \u201cI don\u2019t think you have to spend thousands of dollars to make your home look pretty,\u201d Saputo-Peterson says. \u201cI don\u2019t think you [even] necessarily have to have an aesthetic \u2013 if it\u2019s something that speaks to you, who cares. It will work depending on the personality you give it \u2013 a blanket is just a blanket until you put it on your couch. A picture frame is just a picture frame until you put your memory in it. That\u2019s how your personality comes through.\u201d

The spring collection on the truck incorporates a lot of outdoor elements, as outdoor spaces have become an extension of the living room in many ways. A variety of florals and planters are on deck for the truck this year, as well as hand-printed herb garden markers to go along with the planters. \u201cThey\u2019re from a small maker in Maryland I randomly found through Etsy,\u201d Saputo-Peterson says. \u201cIt\u2019s fun \u2013 I like the thrill of the chase, finding those special items you really get excited about.\u201d Existing trends of natural elements \u2013 weathered materials, galvanized metals, recycled materials \u2013 are all staying strong this year, with the addition of bright neons for outdoor d\u00e9cor and various shades of green, in line with the 2017 Pantone color of the year, Greenery.

If you find blindly walking into a home-d\u00e9cor shop intimidating, Saputo-Peterson also offers in-home consultations on the side, a service she hopes to grow in the future. \u201cIt\u2019s not something we advertise, but if someone asks, we do have a system in place,\u201d she says. \u201cI like to call what I do not \u2018interior design,\u2019 but \u2018home editing.\u2019\u201d With Saputo-Peterson\u2019s system, she takes what clients already have in their homes and makes it more functional in given spaces, and with the styling service, she includes a 20 percent discount on any items purchased from the truck. \u201cYou don\u2019t have to spend gobs of money to make your home look the way you want it to,\u201d she emphasizes.

\u201cShe has a vision they might not have because they think they might have to go out and spend thousands of dollars to replace everything,\u201d Peterson adds. \u201cThat\u2019s not necessarily the case.\u201d

With both still keeping their full-time day jobs, the couple\u2019s plans this year are simply to grow their business \u2013 on the retail end, as well as in home-styling services. They plan to launch online sales this year through the Indigo Home website. Until then, you can shop Indigo Home at any of the events listed on the company website or Facebook page, including Truck Shop Saturday, a year-round event at Tower Grove Park on the third Saturday of most months from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Indigo Home, 636-219-8188, indigohomedecor.com

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When the clients bought this house on the grounds of Town and Country\u2019s Bellerive Country Club, they knew it would be a labor of love. The house was designed by renowned St. Louis architect William Bernoudy, so their goal was to reclaim and restore the property while keeping the distinct Bernoudy feel.

The clients approached Gigi Lombrano of Gigi Lombrano Interiors for help in achieving their goal.

\u201cWe wanted to pay homage to Bernoudy, but we also didn\u2019t want to be constrained to a certain aesthetic,\u201d Lombrano notes.

Lombrano used rich and warm colors to make spaces like this living room inviting. Since her clients enjoy traveling and collecting art, they decided to steer away from bold statement colors and keep the space more neutral-toned. This made it easier to incorporate any existing and future art pieces they wanted to display in their home.

\u201cThe house was kind of hidden under previous renovations, so when we started remodeling, we were taking away instead of adding [to the home],\u201d Lombrano says. \u201cThis wasn\u2019t the clients\u2019 first time doing a remodeling project, so they were confident in their choices and were easy to work with. This project was all about reclaiming the house and keeping its character.\u201d

Gigi Lombrano Interiors, 314-707-7291

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